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14 FAQs about the Henry Schein Outlet Center

August 2020

The Henry Schein Outlet Center can provide you with an experienced team that can help find the equipment that works best for your practice needs. Offering savings up to 80% off retail price on Overstocked, Demo Model, and Reconditioned products. We provide healthcare professionals exceptional pricing on product that is regulatory compliant and backed by Henry Schein ProRepair.

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10 Simple Steps to Maintain Your Handpiece with ProRepair
10 Simple Steps to Maintain Your Handpiece with ProRepair

April 2020

Henry Schein ProRepair is here to help with Handpiece Maintenance. Follow our 10 Simple Steps and your handpiece will be ready for use.

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Rethink Your Class II Restorations
Rethink Your Class II Restorations

April 2020

Rethink your Class II technique. Even one change to your current technique may result in a more simplistic and efficient approach and more predictable, outstanding results.

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Choosing a Laser: What Features Should You Consider?
Choosing a Laser: What Features Should You Consider?

December 2019

Having the right technology in your office is essential for running an efficient, state-of-the-art dental practice. Get an in-depth look at the new Bluewave™ Soft Tissue Diode Laser from Clinician's Choice.

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5 Ways to Increase Your Profit with Tooth Whitening
5 Ways to Increase Your Profit with Tooth Whitening

October 2019

Practices can struggle with whitening profitability for a number of reasons: keeping prices too low, keeping prices too high, or thinking a good tooth whitening product alone is enough to attract patients. The list goes on and on.

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Impression Accuracy Goes Beyond the Perfect Margin
Impression Accuracy Goes Beyond the Perfect Margin

October 2019

There is no doubt that precise models of the prepared and opposing arches, properly articulated and mounted, give the lab technician the greatest potential for a successful indirect restoration that satisfies the patient's specific requirements for form, function, and esthetics.

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Maxillary Anterior Aesthetic Reconstruction on Natural Teeth and Dental Implants – A Case Report

September 2019

It is commonplace to see dental implants as a single-tooth-replacement option in today’s world of restorative dentistry.

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Choosing an Adhesive That Really “Sticks”

September 2019

Adhesive dentistry has permeated into all aspects of direct and indirect restorative dentistry. This has marked a huge advance in dentistry from preservation of tooth structure with minimally invasive dentistry to the ability to save a tooth with little remaining tooth structure.

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Demanding More From Your Sectional Matrix System

September 2019

There are many challenges to restoring a tooth back to its natural shape, contour, and shade using a direct composite technique.

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How to Educate Patients about Clear Aligners
How to Educate Patients about Clear Aligners

September 2019

Your patients trust you for guidance and recommendations in regards to their oral health. It’s time to start incorporating clear aligners in your everyday discussions with patients – and we’ll show you how.

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Consistently Accurate Impressions Designed for You
Consistently Accurate Impressions Designed for You

August 2019

While the use of digital scanners and dental milling machines continue to rise, there is still the need for consistently accurate VPS impressions.

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Optimizing Aesthetics and Predictability in the Placement of Posterior Composite Resin Restorations
Optimizing Aesthetics and Predictability in the Placement of Posterior Composite Resin Restorations

July 2019

In this case report, a sectional matrix system and associated armamentarium and a nano-enhanced universal composite are used to create anatomically precise Class II posterior composite restorations.

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The Ideal Waiting Room for Your Practice
The Ideal Waiting Room for Your Practice

July 2019

There are many ways your waiting room can help positively influence the patient experience and ultimately drive business.

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The EPA Amalgam Separator Ruling and your Practice
The EPA Amalgam Separator Ruling and your Practice

June 2019

In December 2016, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule requiring that dental offices nationwide install amalgam separators by July 14, 2020.

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How to Sell More Whitening Treatments in Your Practice
How to Sell More Whitening Treatments in Your Practice

June 2019

Looking to bring incremental business to your practice? Look no further than teeth whitening.

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How to Use Tooth Whitening for Patient Generation and Retention (Infographic)
How to Use Tooth Whitening for Patient Generation and Retention (Infographic)

May 2019

We get it: differentiating your practice is tough. With so many competing practices in your local area, how do you set yourself apart?

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8 Tips for Marketing Whitening in Your Practice
Direct Composite Veneers vs. Porcelain Veneers

May 2019

Comparing composite veneers and porcelain veneers: which are best for your patients?

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8 Tips for Marketing Whitening in Your Practice
8 Tips for Marketing Whitening in Your Practice

April 2019

Being able to effectively communicate and market whitening products could be essential for your practice's growth and revenue generation.

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Adhesion of resin cement to dentin: effects of adhesive promoters, immediate dentin sealing strategies, and surface conditioning
Adhesion of resin cement to dentin: effects of adhesive promoters, immediate dentin sealing strategies, and surface conditioning

Spring 2019 | Carline RG van den Breemer, Mutlu Özcan, Margot RE Pols, Anique R Postema, Marco S Cune, Marco MM Gresnigt

This study evaluated the shear bond strength (sBs) of resin cement to dentin after applying two adhesive (a) systems with a combination of four different immediate dentin sealing (iDs) strategies, and two surface conditioning (sC) methods.

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Review of cone beam computed tomography guidelines in North America
Review of cone beam computed tomography guidelines in North America

February 2019 | Irene H. Kim, Steven R. Singer, Mel Mupparapu

The aim of this article is to investigate, study, and summarize cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)-related guidelines offered by relevant organizations and associations within North America to provide the dental practitioner a clearer direction on the practice of CBCT-related procedures in North America.

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The three-layer technique for immediate implants on teeth without a buccal bone wall: a case report
The three-layer technique for immediate implants on teeth without a buccal bone wall: a case report

Autumn 2018 | David González, Gustavo Cabello, Gema Olmos, Emilia López Hernández, Carlos L Niñoles

The buccal bone wall is the part of the socket of an anterior tooth that is most susceptible to resorption. Immediate implants offer advantages in terms of time, comfort, and esthetics, especially regarding the maintenance of the papillae architecture.

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Multichromatic and highly translucent hybrid ceramic Vita Enamic - Expansion of the range of indications for single-tooth chairside restorations
Multichromatic and highly translucent hybrid ceramic Vita Enamic - Expansion of the range of indications for single-tooth chairside restorations

Autumn 2018 | Harald Steinbrenner

Vita Enamic is a durable hybrid ceramic that can be processed with efficient computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) support.

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Root canal treatment of a mandibular first premolar with a category 3 C-shaped root canal anatomy: a case report
Root canal treatment of a mandibular first premolar with a category 3 C-shaped root canal anatomy: a case report

Autumn 2018 | Katiuska Gómez, Gisbeli Brea, José Francisco Gómez Sosa

The C-shaped configuration of the root and root canal system is an unusual anatomical variation in mandibular first and second premolars.

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The importance of cone beam computed tomography in the management of internal root resorption: a case report
The importance of cone beam computed tomography in the management of internal root resorption: a case report

Autumn 2018 | Caroline Felipe Magalhães Girelli et al

This case report aimed to demonstrate the importance of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) for the diagnosis, follow-up and treatment planning of internal root resorption (IRR).

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Anterior restorations: The performance of ceramic veneers
Anterior restorations: The performance of ceramic veneers

February 2018 | Daniel Edelhoff et al

Adhesive bonding techniques in combination with tooth-colored restorative materials are one of the greatest achievements of restorative dentistry.

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A patient-calibrated individual wax-up as an essential tool for planning and creating a patient-oriented treatment concept for pathological tooth wear
A patient-calibrated individual wax-up as an essential tool for planning and creating a patient-oriented treatment concept for pathological tooth wear

Winter 2018 | Reza Saeidi Pour, Madalena Lucia Pinheiro Dias Engler, Daniel Edelhoff, Otto Prandtner, Stefan Frei, Anja Liebermann

Tooth wear is generally a physiological process; however, it can also be a pathological condition associated with attrition, abrasion, and erosion processes in which the quantity of tooth loss is atypical for the patient’s age.

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Chairside systems: a current review
Chairside systems: a current review

Summer 2017 | Markus Zaruba, Albert Mehl

Since Cerec (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) was introduced as the first dental chairside computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) system in the mid-1980s, this technology has enjoyed growing popularity, particularly in the recent past.

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A new veneer technique with prefabricated composite denture teeth combined with the
A new veneer technique with prefabricated composite denture teeth combined with the "Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique" (BOPT)—a case report

Spring 2017 | Piero Parisini, Luca Braccini, Ivo Krejci

This clinical report describes the step-by-step protocol for novel, 100% nonprep, custom-modified, prefabricated composite veneer restorations in the case of an esthetic rehabilitation of a patient presenting peg-shaped lateral incisors and undersized maxillary central incisors.

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